On shows like "Grey's Anatomy" and "In Treatment," it would have been a disservice to ignore reality and to tell audiences it's OK to look away.
ABC gave fans a first look at the reimagined series, which follows a Black family in Montgomery, Alabama.
Paris Dennard just couldn't bring himself to say the election was legitimate during a grilling from ABC News' Terry Moran.
“Frankly, I didn’t know how to handle that episode,” said the former White House coronavirus official.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) opened up about the challenges of working with a Republican party drifting away from reality.
Kellyanne and George Conway’s daughter Claudia sang her heart out at her “American Idol” audition.
"We may be looking at a government shutdown in the midst of the most difficult moment in modern American history," Sanders said.
Late night host Jimmy Kimmel torched Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) for offering to argue before the Supreme Court in defense of President Donald Trump, a man he once called a “pathological liar.”
The show’s namesake might not survive another near-death experience, but what happens then?
"As a Black woman in entertainment, I feel the responsibility to stand up for what I deserve," the actor said.